Lake Geneva Police Chief Michael S. Rasmussen reports: On Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 at approximately 8:46p.m., Officers received information that a 3 month old girl was missing from Mount Pleasant. Mount Pleasant P.D. provided information to the City of Lake Geneva P.D. that the suspect, Craig Conway, 49 y/o, Mount Pleasant, may be in the City of Lake Geneva. Mount Pleasant detectives searched a shared database that stores automated license plate recognition system (ALPRS) information and discovered two separate City of Lake Geneva P.D. patrol cars passed the vehicle Conway was driving within the City of Lake Geneva. Officers recognized that the vehicle appeared to be parked by the Lake Geneva Public Library from the ALPR photos. An officer immediately recognized a photo of Conway and indicated he observed Conway with the child on the Riviera Beach a short time […]
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At Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018, Neology re-established the PIPS Technology brand and launched an innovative new ANPR camera. “Intertraffic Amsterdam” is one of the largest and most influential international trade exhibitions for traffic infrastructure, traffic management, road safety and parking. This year, Neology debut at Intertraffic 2018 with a strong presence, a revitalized PIPS brand, and new product launch. Neology’s exhibition attracted numerous visitors and fruitful discussions, including the visit by the UK ambassador Mr. Peter Wilson. PIPS Technology is a name traditionally synonymous with high-performance ANPR solutions. Realizing such brand equity, Neology re-established the PIPS Technology brand after the acquisition in 2017. PIPS is revitalized not only by a new look and feel, but also by several new development in product offering. At Intertraffic, Neology displayed a full spectrum of PIPS ANPR cameras and software applications, including a new camera […]
Neology, the US-headquartered technology leader supplying private industry and governments with advanced tolling, ITS, and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) solutions, is here at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018 to re-establish the PIPS Technology brand and launch an innovative new ANPR camera. PIPS Technology, a name traditionally synonymous with high-performance ANPR solutions, was acquired by Neology last year, along with its technology. It is a strategic acquisition that compliments and strengthens Neology’s traditional core business in the provision of passive RFID solutions for electronic toll collection (ETC) and automatic vehicle identification (AVI). Neology has chosen Intertraffic 2018 to showcase the TS-500, its latest ANPR camera. Due for launch in Q2 2018, the TS-500 is an innovative departure from the fixed site cameras traditionally offered by PIPS Technology. This camera platform provides single, two and three adjacent lane width coverage options from a […]
Designed specifically for versatile on-street law enforcement environments, the Mobile ALPR Processor SX4 has undergone essential upgrades to its hardware and operating software, including a faster processor and smaller design. It simultaneously supports up to four color and infrared PIPS Mobile ALPR Cameras, providing accurate reads on license plates across a wide range of applications including parking enforcement, site security, local law enforcement and highway patrol. Along with improved processing speeds, the SX4 Processor is built with additional enhancements, such as a larger hard drive and more memory storage. In order to provide increased reliability over the previous model in on-street operating conditions, it includes improved BIOS operation to ensure continuous license plate reading in the event of battery failure. “Designed to be more robust and capable of performing under a wide range of conditions, the PIPS Mobile ALPR Processor […]
Neology, Inc. today announced that it has successfully completed the acquisition of the Tolling and Automated License/Number Plate Recognition business of 3M’s Transportation Safety Division. Neology is a subsidiary of SMARTRAC, an investment managed by One Equity Partners (OEP), a middle-market private equity firm. With the acquisition, Neology expands its portfolio of best-in-class products with integrated end-to-end tolling solutions including high-quality RFID readers and tags, automatic vehicle classification systems, lane controller and host software, and back office software and services. It also offers a full spectrum of mobile and fixed cameras, software, and services in automated license/number plate recognition to service the Security and Law Enforcement market segments. “Today marks a major leap in advancing our vision of being a trusted source of advanced Tolling, ITS, and ANPR solutions in the world,” said Francisco Martinez de Velasco, Neology’s founder and CEO. […]
After the acquisition of the ALPR business, Neology is revitalizing the PIPS Technology brand and first introduced it at IACP 2017. The IACP Annual Conference and Exposition has been the foundation, providing leaders with new strategies, techniques, and resources they need to successfully navigate the evolving policing environment. This year it ran from October 22 to 24 in Philadelphia, PA. IACP 2017 is the perfect stage for Neology to re-introduce PIPS Technology to the public safety and ALPR market. PIPS Technology was recognized as one the best ALPR solution providers globally, with more than 55,000 deployments in over 100 countries. This summer, Neology acquired the ALPR business from 3M and started revitalizing the PIPS Technology brand. Strategic customers and partners visiting Neology’s booth at IACP 2017 met with Francisco Martinez De Velasco, CEO of Neology, shared their perspective with Neology, […]
From November 15-17, 2017 PIPS / Neology was present at Intertraffic Mexico, which is the country’s largest exhibition for the traffic industry. The more than 4,500 attendees were able to have a closer look and test the technological innovations and solutions that the company offers. PIPS Technology surprised in its showroom with a vehicle prototype with integrated ALPR cameras, software and processors to extend and quickly survey traffic zones and high-criminality areas. Designed and manufactured in house for over 20 years, PIPS Technology boasts an expansive automatic license plate recognition product line filled with industry leading technology. Our hardware reliability and software accuracy coupled with dependable service has led to the deployment of PIPS systems in over 100 countries.